22: 5 ways to get your ADHD and creativity working together!

22: 5 ways to get your ADHD and creativity working together!

Do you know the 5 ways you can get your ADHD brain back to full creativity?

"They don't train this sh*t in school. No one knows this stuff. And really the only thing that you're doing by expecting yourself to know the answers to these questions is just being a d*ck to yourself. .." - Katie McManus, Brave Business Coaching

If you're struggling to come up with creative content for your business, you're not alone.

As an ADHD entrepreneur, jumping from one mode to another can be challenging, especially when you're under pressure to produce something brilliant. 

But fear not my dear weenie! In "5 ways to get your ADHD creative engines firing," I'll be sharing five cool strategies to help you get inspired and come up with amazing ideas to get your ADHD and social media to work in harmony. 

One of the easiest ways to get those creative juices flowing is so mindbendingly obvious, I'm surprised you didn't already think of it. But don't worry - I'll be bringing you bang up to speed!

Remember, your ideal clients want to see the real you, so don't be afraid to inject some personality into your posts.

With my five strategies, you'll be able to create amazing content that will inspire your audience and help you grow your business. 


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So what are the five ways we can spark those ADHD creative engines?

Impatient huh? 

I won't bog you down with the details here in the show notes but they're some pretty awesome ideas that ANY ADHD entrepreneur should be able to apply and immediately feel inspired to nail their social media. One of which involves spying on your competition.

But there are also tips on how to use visual aids and tools that you can get in any good craft shop, and could lead to millions of new ideas.

And if that doesn't work, a quick way you can spark up some ideas by looking at Twitter on your phone while you eat your toast in the morning.

How to post content your ideal client is curious about

If you get nothing else out of this episode, you'll definitely be blown away by a tool I'll be recommending that helps you to get super specific when it comes to posting content that your ideal client wants to read watch or listen to!

And what's more, it's absolutely free to use!

Oh, and I'll also be encouraging you to sign a deal with the devil, but we'll cross that bridge when we get to it in the episode!




This episode that's all about the 5 ways you can fire up your ADHD creative engines, covers:

  • Some ways to get your ADHD ass's creative engines firing!
  • How to stand out from the crowd on social media.
  • Using content prompts. Here's the ones I mention from Lea Turner.
  • How to create content your ideal client is looking for!

Here's the slap Katie references in the episode:

And here's the Graham Norton and Judi Dench clip:


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About Katie McManus

Katie McManus was trained in Executive Business Coaching and Leadership Development at the Co-Active Training Institute in San Rafael, California.

She's a CPCC (Certified Professional Co-Active Coach) and an ACC (Associate Certified Coach) with the International Coaching Federation.



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